This patient chipped an existing veneer on the upper left central incisor. He has other veneers and crowns placed on his other anterior teeth over 8 years ago, and was concerned that the new veneer may not match the rest of his restorations perfectly. He also had a defective composite filling on the upper left cuspid.
Through careful shade matching and constant personal communication with our laboratory, we laid his concerns to rest when we were able to create a new veneer that would be very difficult to distinguish from the rest of his teeth. The defective composite filling on the upper left cuspid was also replaced and was able to make the restoration pretty much disappear.
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This patient chipped his upper right (upper left in the picture) central incisor, and was concerned if the restoration will match the crown on the upper left (upper right in the picture) central incisor. Through careful use and blending of composite bonding materials, you can see the result was outstanding!
Restoration of extremely worn, chipped lower anterior teeth with composite bonding. A very natural, aesthetic, and durable result was achieved.
With a combination of aesthetic crowns and composite bonding, we were able to restore the discolored, chipped and unsightly upper anterior teeth and achieve a balanced, cosmetic result.
Replacement of a defective and unsightly Amalgam (i.e. Silver) filling with a cosmetic, tooth-colored composite resin filling.
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